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We also work with those who are on the ground floor working with patients – from general practitioners to medicare insurance consultants. Not only are our sources for our content and campaigns vetted by experts, we use their input to inform our organization’s research, analysis, education strategy.
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Medicare is complex — from navigating enrollment periods to understanding the many plans and coverage options available. We aim to be a trusted source for Medicare consumers and their loved ones, because we believe everyone deserves high-quality, affordable healthcare coverage.
To accomplish this we rely on Medicare experts on all levels of our editorial process. We use writers with a deep knowledge of Medicare to craft each article and each article written is fact-checked and reviewed by our panel of Medicare Brokers, Medicare Consultants, and Health Benefit Administrators. All of our articles are heavily researched with the latest sources cited to ensure all information is accurate and up to date.
I started my Medicare journey in 2007 as a Medicare Provider Enrollment Specialist. Since then, I have had a number of titles under the Medicare banner which include, Claim Specialist, Member Services Representative, Provider Services Representative, Telesales Specialist, and also as a Medicare Sales Field Agent. By working in the various departments listed above I was able to acquire enough knowledge to land my current position, which is an Account Executive (Medicare). I truly enjoy working with Medicare beneficiaries to make sure that they understand Medicare and Medicare Advantage. It is my passion to effect change, educate, inform, and resolve issues concerning Medicare and Medicare Advantage. It is imperative that I do my part to educate and inform the Senior Community as much as possible about Medicare and Medicare Advantage. It is very important that each Senior understands Medicare and Medicare Advantage and the benefits according to their plan.
After my time as a licensed Florida Health, Life & Annuity Agent since 1986 in the Health Insurance field, I realized that Medicare was the most misunderstood of all insurance products. Everyone aged 65 or over that has worked at least 10 years in this country (and those that have been on disability for 24 months) is eligible for Medicare but literally no one understands it! It is my choice as a health care professional to be an expert in one field as opposed to somewhat knowledgeable in all aspects of insurance. I chose Medicare as my field of expertise. Over the years, I’ve learned all the ins and outs of original Medicare, as well as supplemental plans, Part D prescription drug plans and the ever popular Advantage plans. I am also experienced in all enrollment periods including Initial Enrollment, Annual enrollment, Open Enrollment and Special Enrollment periods available to Medicare recipients.
On many occasions, I have sat down with Medicare patient that have been given incorrect information by representatives of Social Security and/or Medicare. In these cases, I’ve said “They are wrong, you were given the wrong information. Go back and speak with someone else.” Many times, they will smile and comment, “You think you know more than the people at social security?” My response is “Yes, actually I do!” And in each case, they are only too happy to come back to me and confirm that the information I gave them was correct and that, indeed, the person they had spoken with was incorrect.
As a healthcare professional for more than 30 years, I have walked alongside and cared for seniors as they journeyed through the seasons of their fourth quarter of life. I understand that the choices we make about our health insurance are based on what is most important to us – what our values, goals, and beliefs are about quality of life. I am passionate about engaging with, educating, and empowering seniors as they navigate the healthcare system; and I believe I am equipped to lend an experienced, compassionate voice to information and content related to Medicare Advantage.
I am a Certified Senior Advisor (CSA)® with access to valuable resources for Medicare beneficiaries. My work experience as a bedside nurse and as a Clinical Manager has afforded me the opportunity to understand Medicare rules, regulations, and benefits; as well as Medicare as a payor source. Because I have a passion to learn and to make a difference in the lives of seniors, I have pursued graduate level education as a Palliative Care Community Specialist, with a Master of Science in Health Care Administration. I maintain an active Registered Nurse license, and I obtained a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 1986. On a personal note, I am poised to join the ranks of Medicare beneficiaries this year, and I intend to sign up for the Medicare Advantage plan that best suits my particular needs.